Language Institute of Sanata Dharma University
Center for Asian Languages (CAL)
Indonesian Language and Culture Intensive Course (ILCIC)
Tromol Pos 29 Mrican, Yogyakarta Indonesia
Web site: http://www.usd.ac.id/lembaga/lb/index.php
Indonesian Language and Culture Intensive Course (ILCIC) programs are designed for foreigners who wish to learn Indonesian language, immersed in the culture and people speaking it. Specific intensive programs are prepared for students who wish either to start or continue learning Indonesian language. Other programs are especially tailored for expatriates who will either start to work in Indonesia or improve their skills in using Indonesian communicatively at the workplace.
.: Types of Program
1. Tailored Individual Program:
We offer tailored programs for private courses to suit individual needs.
2. Tailored Group Program:
This program can be arranged upon request to suit group needs, such as Indonesian for teachers.
3. Regular Group Program:
We offer regular group program once a year in June-July. (Please see our website http://www.usd.ac.id/lembaga/lb/index.php for further information or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org)
.: Levels and objectives
In order to help participants learn better, learners are to take a placement test to decide the level based on their ability and knowledge on Indonesian language.
Having completed the course, participants are expected to be able to communicate in basic Indonesian language. Participants will learn greetings & introduction, basic expressions in Indonesian to communicate in certain situations such as shopping, ordering food, asking and giving information & directions, travelling, in a post office and a drug store & hospital, discussing simple process of making things (batik, food, etc), and checking out from hotels; comprehend very basic simplified passages in Indonesian and write a short paragraph related to topics discussed in class.
Having completed the course, participants are expected to be able to able to communicate orally as well as in written in Indonesian language to express their opinions and give proper spontaneous responses about daily situations or some simple matters; to comprehend more difficult reading texts in simplified Indonesian and give their opinions in simple discussions about education, social, and politics; to comprehend simple conversations in radio or television program in formal Indonesian; and to write short essays about certain topics.
Having completed this level, participants are able to communicate orally as well as in written in Indonesian language to express their opinions and give proper spontaneous responses about any situations; to read and comprehend short authentic reading texts (from magazines, newspapers, etc.) in Indonesian and give their opinions in discussions about education, social, and politics; to comprehend various radio or television program in Indonesian; to write descriptive, narrative, or argumentative essays about various topics and make short presentations, expressing their opinions related to various topics of interests in a very structured way.
4. Advanced and Indonesian for Specific Purposes:
At this level, participants are able to read any authentic materials of any fields or fields of their interests, write descriptive, narrative, argumentative, or persuasive essays about various topics and make presentations, and expressing their ideas related to various topics of interests in a very structured way. The spoken, written, and reading skills are improved through discussions on current events or specific topics of interest.
Main class: Language Class
Integrated and interactive classes on
· Membaca (reading)
· Berbicara (speaking)
· Mendengarkan (listening)
· Menulis (writing)
· Tata Bahasa (grammar)
Several classes on Indonesian culture, in particular Javanese, are offered. Some of the classes are Batik, Gamelan, Silver craft, Wayang, Janur, Cooking traditional food, and Javanese traditional make up. (see appendix 1 for more detailed information)
Several field studies are offered to give learners hands-on experience of the language. Learners may select the field studies of their interest. Among the topics offered are public transportation, education, traditional market, NGO, and local TV stations. (see appendix 2 for more detailed information)
While studying in Yogyakarta, learners can visit various cultural sites. Several places which deserve visits are, among others, Kraton (The Sultan’s Palace), Borobudur temple, Prambanan temple with its Ramayana ballet performances, tour to the slope of Merapi volcano, as well as some interesting museums. (see appendix 3 for more detailed information)
.: Facilities and Accommodations
Facilities provided by the Language Institute include air-conditioned rooms, language laboratory, library, internet workstations, hot spot area, sport facilities, and university’s student activity clubs (photography club, martial arts club, choir club, etc.). The Language Institute will help the participant with accommodation preferences.
Family Home Stay
If the participant wishes to experience the life of the Indonesian family, the Language Institute will provide one to live with.
The Language Institute will help the participant to book a hotel room with a corporate rate if wishing to stay in a hotel near the Language Institute or find a boarding house near campus. The Language Institute also provides transportation services during the first week to take the participant to the Language Institute as well as bring them back to where they stay, if needed.
Director of Center for Asian Languages:
Email: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Mobile: +62 81392787495
Coordinator of ILCIC:
Email: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Mobile: +62 82138594801